Words conceal depths and doors. But to decide to look in depth without fear of losing yourself or pulling the handle of the ghostly door should the reader himself.
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Serge Moskalenko is a person who has tried all his life to avoid clear identification and correspondence to a group or a category. He wrote poems — but a poet? Painted — but an artist? Taught — but a teacher? Programmed — but a programmer? Be yourself, go ahead and smile at someone who walks along or meet — a suitable credo. But should he follow him?